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Performance Tips

Performance Tips

Easy Performance Tips for New Artists

  • Simplicity
  • Balance
  • Make a List – (write your thoughts)
  • Forced Self Care – (take a break)
  • Flow It – (create what fits together)
  • Be True To Your Vision
  • Collaboration – (welcome new ideas)
  • Micro-Performances (networking)
  • Practice In Ceremony


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4 Responses to Performance Tips

  1. Another great performance tip to add to the brilliant list is just allowing yourself to be free while engaged. Free from judgement of yourself, the one’s you conspire from the people in your wake. Be present in this moments you bring what you love to life.
    Art will always be subjective.
    You as the artist, are very euphoric. The vulnerability, the sharing passion derived from the soul. That’s beautiful. It’s my drug of choice.
    Thanks for allowing me to share!

    • Thank you Wondrae! It’s my drug of choice too. When you are performing it’s as if I’m in a completely different world, and the more focus I have in that world, the easier it is for the audience to join me…

  2. Think about why you love what you do so much before you step on stage, even while you are on stage if possible! Think of your victories & most treasured moments because that is guaranteed to put a genuine smile on your face and your love will shine through your performance. Always remember that you are first & foremost performing for yourself. What your audience or adjudicators think is secondary…but if you are having fun up there, they will have fun watching you too. 🙂

    On the technical side of things, the better prepared you are, the more comfortable you will feel on stage so take as much time as you can in the studio to be prepared. I also try to perform as often as possible so the stage environment feels familiar to me. Of course unexpected things happen and it doesn’t always go as planned. One of the best things I ever did for myself was to stop worrying about what might go wrong, stop thinking about what had gone off in the past, and stop trying to create the ideal situation for every performance. After I took that pressure off myself I was able to relax and enjoy what I was doing and surprisingly had some of my best performances when I didn’t expect to.

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